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A CORBA Based QOS Support for Distributed Multimedia Applications

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A CORBA Based QOS Support for Distributed Multimedia Applications
AdvanceobjectorientedcomputingplatformsuchastheCommonObjectRequestBrokerArchitecture (CORBA) provides a conducive and standardized framework for the development of distributed applications. Most of the off-the-shelf CORBA are implemented over legacy network transports and distributed processing platforms such as TCP/IP and RPC. They are not suitable for real-time applications due to their high processing overheads, and lack of features and mechanisms in supporting quality of service both at the network level and at the endhost level. To overcome this limitation we have designed and implemented a CORBA-based Real Time Stream Service (RTSS) that allows real-time streams to be managed through the `CORBA channel' but by-passing the heavy CORBA protocol stacks. RTSS aims to achieve an integrated QOS framework that incorporates both host scheduling and end-to-end network-level QOS to better support the processing of distributed multimedia applications over ATM networks. For host schedul...
Hung Keng Pung, Wynne Hsu, Bhawani S. Sapkota, Law
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Type Journal
Year 2000
Where MTA
Authors Hung Keng Pung, Wynne Hsu, Bhawani S. Sapkota, Lawrence W. C. Wong
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